Nurragi Conservation Reserve
  • Length: 12km

  • Duration: 3hrs

  • Grade: 3

  • Style: One Way

  • Start: Milang 

  • End: Sandergrove

  • Closest Town: Milang 

  • Location: South Australia

  • Distance from state capital: 70km

  • State: SA

Summary

Nurragi Conservation Reserve can be accessed from numerous points including:

Comprises a mix of natural and cultural heritage features.
Recommend for families, train enthusiasts, and groups who want a gentle walk lasting 2-3 hours.
Lake Alexandrina at Milang is a great place for a dip, especially for the kids, because the water is only waist deep until you’re past the end of the jetty.
The Milang railway museum is open on Sundays and by appointment. Telephone (08) 8537 0061. They have souvenirs and serve refreshments in the carriages.

The trail is only suitable for walking (as there are stiles over the fences at the road crossings).

Nurragi volunteers have now established a self-guided walking trail from Sandergrove to Milang. Points of interest are marked, distance markers installed, and a brochure produced to guide walkers.In places

Notes

  • Milang to Sandergrove
  • Milang approx 70km south east of Adelaide
  • Surface – Compacted earth
  • Terrain –

For more information and a location map please visit RailTrails Australia.